Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle-based writer, speaker, and Internet Yeller, focusing primarily on issues of race and identity, feminism, social and mental health, and social justice. Her writing has been featured in The Washington Post, NBC News, Elle Magazine, and TIME, and her new book, So You Want to Talk about Race, is a New York Times Best-Seller.

Thank you for your support!

Spring Dinner 2018 was a huge success, raising a record $233,000!

It was a tremendous night, where we looked back on the history of Community Health Centers, heard about future plans for Neighborcare Health to reach more patients, and listened to a powerful keynote from local writer and speaker, Ijeoma Oluo. Guests listed intently as Ijeoma shared her experience of growing up without access to health care and the emotional and physical trauma it caused. 

We look forward to seeing you again next year!

Event Details

April 25 at Fisher Pavilion 
5:30 Social Hour, 6:30 Dinner and Program to follow

Fisher Pavilion
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109

With thanks to our sponsors

The success of the Spring Dinner greatly depends on the generosity of our corporate sponsors. Thank you for standing up for our patients and standing with us as we provide quality health care to our community's most vulnerable neighbors. 

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Expanding access to care 

Join us for an inspirational evening.

Spring Dinner is our largest fundraiser of the year, and your opportunity to learn more about Neighbocare Health's plans to expand services and care for more patients. Unfettered access to quality health care is a fundamental right, and essential to the health of our community.

Your in support of these efforts in invaluable. You are making a life changing impact in the lives of our patients. Thank you for your support and commitment to our most vulnerable neighbors.